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   Progress, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1966, Clearfield, Pennsylvania                               PAGf TWELVE Dear Heloise: To conserve water whether in a water shortage area, or just trying to save water in the average home may I tell you and your readers how we in the Navy were taught to shower, using the least amount of wa- ter? When bathing in the   UP a terns of metaphor and lo'fc" hemPorary Then the army decided it needed the bridge back. Now the community's residents must travel five miles farther to reach New Delhi. It II Evangelistic Services FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Beaver and S. Centre Street PHILIPSBURG EVANGELIST Rev. Lew Stewart MUSICIAN Mr. Merrill Dence GOSPEL RECORDING ARTISTS Christ-Exalting Old-Fashioned Bible-Preaching SPECIAL MUSICAL SELECTIONS NIGHTLY JANUARY 11-16... P.M. A WELCOME FOR ALL TO ATTEND from interlocking experience systems which arc partiallv programmed by emotion and language. "Language is the universe from which man systematically puts together his Fa- gan told the "Par- ticulars of each man's language field arc a function of his his- torical lime, his topographical soace and his cultural acci- dents." You Are WELCOME to Visit Our BRIDAL SHOP will be at least one year before they have a bridge. SWIMMING WITH WHAT? KURUKESHETRA, India (AP) Hunters used a motorboat in an attempt to find a crocodile which had been swimming in a portion of a stream used by Hindu pilgrims for ritual bath- ing. They didn'4. find it. Dillman, Margaret Duckett, Donald Dunlap, Patricia Dusch] Diane English, Randy Erhard, Susan Erhard, Roy Evans. Susan Farrell, Debbie Fike, Kristan Filsinger, Richard Fink, Rodney Fletcher, Janet Forcey, Holly Frame, Peggy Fundanish, Iris Gardner, Philip Garito, Dan Gearhart, Daniel Graboski, Margaret Graham, Susan Graham, Richard Gray, Susan Gross. 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